Beyond Tells: Power Poker Psychology

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Citadel Press, 2005 - Games - 240 pages
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Noted psychotherapist and poker columnist James A. McKenna discusses how players bring their life stories to the poker table and teaches readers how to make sense of their opponent's actions and words and to translate these tells into winning hands. He does this by describing and analysing different players in different games and demonstrating how their behaviour dictates what sort of player they are. By knowing how to analyse everything opponents do, a player will be able to anticipate his opponents' actions and thus know how to beat them.
  

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